Eleven well-known companies described their committment to the United Nations Global Compact at a major conference held at Notre Dame.
Execs from McDonald’s, Bank of America, other major corporations to speak at Notre Dame Diversity Conference
Students in an MBA Interterm class offered ideas on how to help save the Great Lakes
Notre Dame’s McCloskey Business Plan Competition moves into the semifinal round with 12 teams competing for $100,000 in prizes.
CEO pay packages ranging in the tens of millions of dollars seems excessive to many, but Management Professor Michael Mannor says the morality of high pay is a complex issue.
Dean Carolyn Woo is leading a tour of three cities in China this spring.
Mark FitzPatrick (ND, ’92)
Two Notre Dame teams make the final round of the inaugural nanotechnology competition co-sponsored by Notre Dame and Purdue.
Dean Carolyn Woo will provide welcoming and introductory comments at the inaugural Nanotechnology New Ventures Competition at at Purdue University.
Corey Angst, assistant professor of Management, is mentioned in this article about the results of using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer in class.
Publication selects the Notre Dame MBA program as one of the best for students interested in careers in sustainability.
Marketing professor Carol Phillips is quoted in this article about PepsiCo’s “green” bottle being a marketing edge for the company.
The Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business along with the United Nations Global Compact Office and the Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative will host a Global Compact conference.
Corey Angst, assistant professor of Management, published the results of the first and only class taught using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer.
Corey Angst, assistant professor of management, is quote in this article about the results of using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer in class.
MBA and Kroc Peace Institute students in the Philippines blog that they are OK after an earthquake strikes Japan.
Notre Dame is hosting a three-day conference to discuss the progress of the U.N. Millennium Goals developed to combat world hunger.
For the second year in a row, Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business has received a top national ranking.
Monsanto exec says food production will have to double in the next 40 years to meet population projections for the world
Student satisfaction, job placement rate keep the Mendoza College of Business in the top spot.
Dean Carolyn Woo discusses the increasingly global focus of business education in the cover article for the “Best Undergraduate B-Schools” ranking.
Economist Nenad Pacek predicts developing nations will lead the world in growth for the next several years
In this Financial Times interview, Dean Carolyn Woo states she admires those who demonstrate that business can attain both economic success and social good.